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The Partners has created the packaging of a new lip salve variant Lypsyl Max for Novartis Consumer Health. – – A predominantly silver can for Diet Coke has been designed by Coca-Cola’s in-house team in Atlanta, US.

The Partners has created the packaging of a new lip salve variant Lypsyl Max for Novartis Consumer Health.

A predominantly silver can for Diet Coke has been designed by Coca-Cola’s in-house team in Atlanta, US.

State of the Art in Leeds has created an identity for the trade organisation, The Wallcovering Manufacturers’ Association, renamed The Wallfashion Bureau.

Jomo Design and Advertising has designed a share prospectus for the privatisation of the State Transport Company of Ghana.

Tulip International’s bacon brand Danepak has expanded into the pre-packed sliced cooked meat sector with pack design for the four variants by Springpoint.

John Powner at Atelier Works has designed the identity for Factory, the new consultancy set up by ex-Seymour Powell associates Adam White and Adrian Berry.

Hutton & Partners has redesigned Teletext’s button identity and created a new media pack (pictured) and index leaflet for the ITV and Channel 4 text supplier. The London consultancy has worked with Teletext for three years and was re-appointed in December last year. Hutton & Partners worked with Teletext’s ad agency St Luke’s on the choice of a corporate font and an overall literature style.

Schweppes Great Britain is relaunching its brand and launching a new soft drink, Schweppes Sparkling, for the young adult market. Packaging was designed in-house, says a Schweppes spokeswoman.

Arschavir Walker has designed the 1996-1997 annual report for the National Association of Pension Funds.

The identity and graphics used in Capital Radio’s Capital Café were created by Unit 8 in conjunction with the LSM Partnership, and not Basten Greenhill Andrews (DW 11 April). BGA adapted the image into a corporate logo.

Brightening up the Milan furniture fair last week was the lighting of Tel Aviv-based designer Ayala Sperling Serfaty. A series of her lighting designs is based on exotic and underwater flowers and is constructed from silk and metal at her Israel studio, Aqua Creations. Sperling Serfaty studied at Middlesex Polytechnic.

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